Vivo X6 likely to support force touch, with Helio X20 chip?

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Vivo continue to tease their Vivo X6 smartphone, and a new image points to possible force touch inclusion.

Force Touch has become one of the features to have since Huawei introduced the Huawei Mate S earlier this year. The feature basically means the display can measure pressure and react to it.

In the Huawei Mate S we saw force touch used to focus in on certain parts of a photo in the gallery application, this appears to be a similar feature that Vivo are nodding to in their latest teaser where an image of the news has been enhanced for better onscreen viewing.

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While force touch is an interesting feature to have, a less official leak has posted information that the Vivo X6 might come with a 2K display and receive it’s processing grunt from a Mediatek chipset.

Previous rumours had said that the Vivo X6 would come with a Snapdragon 820, which might also point at the development of both a Vivo X6 and Vivo X6 Plus. The blurred images also mentions 4GB RAM and 32GB internal memory.

We are looking forward to seeing what Vivo have in store for their next phone, do you think a Mediatek and Qualcomm combo is likely?

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  1. Chico Migraña
    November 17, 2015

    With a MTK will be less expensive than SD 820.

    • Szymon Adamowski
      November 17, 2015

      It’s Vivo. They are always expensive

      • Joel Adames
        November 17, 2015

        YEAH, but maybe SD820 will be really $$$ to deal with at the beggining… it would be wise for a company to let the other brands to run up the starting higher prices and then take advantage of lower price. i bet the X20 is not that cheap but must be crazy cheaper than the sd820…

  2. Rob
    November 17, 2015

    I think this will come with a Helio X20 and the SD820 will be reserved for the xplay 5s. What I’m more intrigued about is what the xshot 3 will be powered by, possibly and SD808?